Pick of the pumpkins
The patch at Cannon Hall Farm has thousands of pumpkins available for visitors to pick – and the farm's expert carvers will shape out those toothy grins for you.
Children who have a paid ticket are entitled to one free pumpkin each (no matter how big it is!) and will be allocated a token on arrival at the farm in Cawthorne.
Visitors are also encouraged to wear fancy dress and spot prizes will be offered by farm staff to those who have made a special effort.
Book your visit online at www.tinyurl.com/PumpkinCHF.
A new Pumpkin Patch has also opened at Gulliver’s Valley for the Halloween season.
The new attraction at the Rotherham theme park will be open every weekend until the school holidays, when it will then open for the entire week until Halloween.
Visitors can explore the patch – filled with many different varieties of pumpkins – and capture the memory with a selection of photo props, too.
Pumpkins will be available to purchase, with prices starting from £1.
David Bold, director at Gulliver’s Valley said: “Visitors can enjoy a walk around the area, pick pumpkins to take home from themed displays and make the most of lots of photo opportunities.”
The area is situated away from the theme park itself, meaning visitors who just want to explore the Pumpkin Patch can buy a stand-alone ticket for £3.
For more information and to book ticketsvisit www.tinyurl.com/PumpkinGullivers.